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on Thursday, January 10, 2013
Sofie takes a look at something she actually wishes didn't exist: The U.S. version of the already highly popular BBC show Sherlock... now set in New York... with a female Watson... and called Elementary.
In the bonus video, watch an experiment where we take an actor from a TV show... and replace that actor with Sofie! For our first try, we exchange Lucy Liu for Sofie's lovely face.
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